The North Carolina Policy Collaboratory funded researchers at North Carolina State University to conduct a year-long study on the future of energy storage in North Carolina. The research was conducted pursuant to a legislative directive in House Bill 589, which was approved by the legislature during the 2017 session. Over the past year the research team worked closely with dozens of experts and hundreds of stakeholders to examine energy storage technologies and their potential impact on the state’s power grid and the development of renewable energy. More details of the study can be found in a press release from NCSU.

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